Latest species news
Latest official poaching figures show that South Africa is still losing three rhinos a day
Cape Town (27 February) – New South African rhino poaching figures show a decline for the second ...
New field ranger training guidelines, could save the lives of those on the front line of the poaching battle
9 February 2017 - In the midst of a global poaching crisis, today marks the launch of the most ...
Nepal announces new ambitious action plan to help secure future for its snow leopards
As governments from twelve snow leopard range countries meet in Kathmandu this week to increase ...
Wildlife crime makes debut at International Anti-Corruption Conference
Recommendations from workshop at International Anti-Corruption Conference in Panama
Collaboration key to tackling corruption and financial crime in wildlife crime
New publication and panel at anti-corruption conference highlight need for conservationists and ...
No reduction in poaching pressure as African elephant population keeps falling
Around 20,000 elephants are being killed illegally each year for their tusks
Asian infrastructure boom could be end of the road for tigers
Analysis marks halfway point of global campaign to double wild tigers
Global petition calls for Viet Nam to end illegal wildlife trade
225,000 people sign WWF petition to crack down on rhino horn, ivory and tiger trade
WWF Reaction to the Hanoi Statement on Wildlife Crime
Step forward but lack of ambition was disappointing
Viet Nam and all Greater Mekong countries must close illegal wildlife markets
Hanoi illegal wildlife trade conference is perfect place to start
Latest species publications
New WWF guide aims to reduce desire for ivory
Tightening the Net: Towards a Global Legal Framework on Transnational Organized Environmental Crime
WWF and Global Initiative report on gaps in global legal architecture
Conservation Action Plan for Western Great Apes (2015-2025)
Strategy to guide conservation of Central Africa's declining western gorillas and chimpanzees